My nose is okay, but from the front view the very tip seems to hang down too low. What do you do during a rhinoplasty surgery to raise it? I’m from Austin, TX and interested in surgery to fix this.
A droopy nasal tip is corrected through rhinoplasty by adding cartilagenous support and securing the tip cartilages to this support. At times a cartilage graft needs to be placed. In other instances the tip cartilages can be secured to the nasal septum with suture techniques.
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